NDC elections: Ofosu Ampofo urges losers to ‘recover quickly’ and fight for victory 2024

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The immediate-past National Chaiman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo has called on members of the party to put aside their differences in the aftermath of the recent internal polls.

According to the defeated chairman, it is the only means needed to engender the collective prosecution of the NDC’s agenda for victory in 2024.

Mr Ofosu Ampofo failed to retain chairmanship seat after serving in the same capacity for a term, having been elected in 2018 during the party’s 9th delegates congress held at the Fantasy Dome at the Trade Fair Centre in Accra.

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This was after he had lost to former General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia, who polled 5,574 votes representing 65.17% while he garnered 2,892 representing 33.81%.

Speaking for the first time after his defeat through a statement, the former chairman indicated that although the election was greeted with some flaws, togetherness must become their topmost priority in reclaim power from the NPP come 2024.

“While this elections needlessly witnessed the worse form of inner vilification, personal attacks and public injury to the hard-won reputation of our Party through various means of public spaces and on social media platforms, this insensitivity would inadvertently affect our restitution, unity and cohesion needed to engender the collective prosecution of our agenda for victory 2024.

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“Let us appreciate that this victory is simply a prelude to the battle ahead of us. I pray that we quickly recover from our individual pain and dented reputation to restore our public morality so we can join forces to soldier on,” he said whiles congratulating the newly elected national executives.

While congratulating the newly appointed executives, the former Eastern Regional Minister said he remained committed to the party’s goal of regaining power from the NPP in 2024.

“I re-dedicate myself to the bigger task of working for victory 2024 and pledge my unalloyed commitment to work even harder for the party together with the elected National officers, and the rank and file of our great party to achieve our ultimate goal of regaining power from the NPP in 2024,” Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo added.

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